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Tabanidae, Tabanus bromius
Renko
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Posted on 03-09-2020 14:38
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Hello,

A Tabanidae found in North of France, Oxelaëre, the 28 July 2020, standing in the sun on long stems, near a public garden, in a small village and not too far from many cow meadows
Could she be a female Hybomitra sp. ? It is possible to go further with these pictures ? (I am very sorry for the quality, but the pictures were made with a phone and the Tabanidae was in the contrasting sunlight)

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Renko
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Tabanus bromius
Hybomitra has hairy eyes with 3 bands.

Theo

 
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Thanks you very much for the identification and the details, Theo ! Grin

All the best,

Renko
 
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